Cycle Tracking with Wrist Temperature for Women’s Health on Apple Watch


When it comes to our health, there is no doubt that we all strive to get the most out of technology. Apple said they are targeting women’s health and are improving the temperature measurement feature to better track the cycle.Wrist temperature measurement for women’s health and “AFib (atrial fibrillation) History” offers its features to Apple Watch users in Turkey. Wrist temperature detection is available on Apple Watch Series 8 and Apple Watch Ultra, and AFib history is available on all Apple Watch models that support watchOS 9.

Understand your cycle like never before with Wrist Temperature Sensor for Women’s Health.

For more information on wrist temperature, see the link.

For women, the menstrual cycle is an important indicator of health, and many doctors consider it a vital sign. Apple Watch Series 8 features temperature detection to give women more information about their health, designed with the same privacy features as any other health data. Apple Watch Series 8 features an innovative sensor that tracks your body temperature even while you sleep, so you can see changes over time. The Apple Watch also takes a unique approach to temperature measurement with a dual-sensor design that reduces environmental distortion. One of the sensors is on the back of the watch, closest to the skin, while the other is right below the screen. Wrist temperature taken at night can be a good indicator of overall body temperature. Apple Watch Series 8 sensors check your wrist temperature every five seconds while you sleep and can measure changes as low as 0.1°C. Users can see the reference temperature change from night to night depending on factors such as exercise, flight fatigue, or even illness in the Health app.

Knowing when ovulation occurs can be helpful for family planning. With the new temperature feature in Apple Watch Series 8, users can get retrospective ovulation forecasts and improved menstrual cycle forecasts that can help with family planning. Combined with heart rate and recorded cycle data, you get a detailed view of your menstrual cycle. Temperature measurement also provides advanced cycle predictions.

With iOS 16 and watchOS 9, all Cycle Tracker users can now receive notifications when they indicate a possible deviation in their daily cycle history, such as irregular, infrequent, or prolonged periods, and persistent spotting, which may be signs of underlying health problems.

First of its Kind: The Story of AFib

The history of atrial fibrillation gives an estimate of the time during which your heart showed signs of atrial fibrillation. Research shows that time spent in AF affects symptoms, overall quality of life, and risk of complications.

Previously, there was no easy way to measure the frequency of atrial fibrillation over a long period of time or to control for lifestyle factors that can affect a person’s condition. Now they can do it just by wearing their Apple Watch. Users diagnosed with AFib can access important information, such as estimates of how often their heart rate shows signs of AFib, when they turn on the FDA-approved AFib history feature so they can learn more about their condition.

Atrial Fibrillation History also allows users to track certain life factors that can affect time spent with atrial fibrillation, such as sleep, exercise, and weight.

Users diagnosed with AFib can access important information, such as estimates of how often their heart rate shows signs of AFib, when they turn on the FDA-approved AFib history feature. The history of atrial fibrillation was confirmed in a clinical study in which participants used both the Apple Watch and an FDA-approved reference device. This study found that the average difference in weekly measurements between the Apple Watch and the reference device was less than 1%.

Users also receive weekly notifications to help them understand frequency and can view detailed data history in the Health app. This data also includes lifestyle factors that may affect atrial fibrillation, such as sleep, alcohol use, and exercise. Users can also download a PDF document detailing atrial fibrillation history and lifestyle factors and easily share it with physicians and paramedics for more informed conversations.

For more information, you can refer to the support page: Track your atrial fibrillation history with your Apple Watch.

You can find an article published by the American Heart Health Association here.

* Cycle tracking should not be used as a method of birth control. The temperature measurement function is not a medical device and is not intended for medical diagnosis, treatment, or any other medical use.

**The Atrial Fibrillation History feature is intended for use by people 22 years of age or older with a previous diagnosis of atrial fibrillation.

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